How to Make Flowers Step by Step || Cupcake Liner Daffodils

Are you ready for spring showers and beautiful spring flowers? I’m sure! This cupcake liner daffodils craft is super easy so kids can create this spring as a simple flower craft.

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Yellow is my favorite color so it’s no surprise that I love daffodils every spring in my front yard. I have several arrays of them because they are one of my favorite spring flowers.

If you’re looking for a fun way to make some daffodils this spring, look no further! The daffodil craft we’re sharing today is so easy to make and it looks great hanging up for spring display.

All you need to make this easy spring flower craft are some yellow cupcake liners, cardboard, and little yellow poms. Get ready for loads of fun making these vibrant and colorful daffodils.

How to make Cupcake Liner Daffodil Craft

The three-dimensional look of cupcake liners and green leaves appearing on the page make this flower arrangement artwork a showcase stopper. These pretty confetti are sure to be eye-catching when hanging in the classroom or at home in the spring.

Read our step-by-step instructions below for how to make your own easy daffodils paper crafts. We also have a video tutorial inside this post, which you will find helpful before starting your craft project.

Supplies needed for your Daffodil Craft:

– yellow cupcake liners
– small yellow or orange cupcake liners
– blue cardboard
– green cardstock
– little yellow bomb
– high strength glue
– scissors

Instructions for making daffodils for cupcake liners

1. Unfold and flatten your yellow cupcake liners. Use scissors to cut six slits around the circumference of each cupcake liner to create the daffodils. Make sure you stop each cut as they reach the inner circle of the cupcake liners.

2. Cut a stem for each of your flowers from a piece of green cardstock.

3. Make a crease on your green cardboard to cut your floral leaves. Then cut off the leaf shape in half along the folded edge. Open the paper to reveal your daffodil leaf. Cut two leaves for each flower.

4. Add glue to the circle on the back of each yellow cupcake liners and glue them onto the light blue piece of cardboard, nearly one-third of the top of the paper.

5. Glue the flower stalks and leaves onto the flower.

When we glued on our leaves, we added a line of glue directly down the middle and glued them onto our flower without pressing the sides of the leaves down. This helps to leave a fun 3-D look with the leaves bouncing off the page.

6. Flip each small yellow or orange cupcake liners inside out to use them for the flower in the center. Add glue in between the daffodils and glue mini cupcake liners in between the flowers.

7. Use a strong adhesive or glue stick to glue three small yellow cotton balls to the inside of each of your daffodils.

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